MSc K.N. Nanbakhsh

PhD student
Bioelectronics (BE), Department of Microelectronics

Expertise: Integrated circuits and systems for implantables, biosensors and microfabrication

Themes: Electroceuticals, Flexible implants, Microsystem integration

Biography

I received my B.Sc. degree from Urmia University, Iran, and my M.Sc. degree from University of Tehran, Iran, in 2009 and 2012, respectively, all in electrical engineering. Later I moved to Eindhoven, The Netherlands, to join Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation, a start-up company developing a high-resolution deep brain stimulation (DBS) system. After the acquisition of Sapiens by Medtronic, I continued my work as a senior scientist designing experiments to ensure long-term biostability and biocompatibility of thin-film electrodes during neural stimulation and recording.

My goal is to combine the knowledge of microelectronics and microfabrication to develop miniaturized medical devices.

During my free time, I enjoy cooking, traveling and doing sports.

Publications

  1. POLYMER-ENCAPSULATED SINGLE-CHIP IMPLANTS FOR BIOELECTRONIC MEDICINE
    Kambiz Nanbakhsh; Wouter Serdijn; Vasiliki Giagka;
    In Proc. 7th Dutch Biomedical Engineering Conf. (BME) 2019,
    Jan. 24-25 2019.
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  2. Circuit and systems for polymeric implants: designing towards increased device lifetimes
    K. Nanbakhsh; V. Giagka; W.A. Serdijn;
    In Proc. ProRISC,
    Enschede, the Netherlands, June 7-8 2018.
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  3. A wireless sensor for monitoring encapsulation performance in non-hermetic implants
    K. Nanbakhsh; V. Giagka; W. A. Serdijn;
    In Proc. Design of Medical Devices Conf. (DMD) 2017 Microfabrication for Medical Devices,
    Eindhoven, 14 – 15 Nov. 2017.
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Last updated: 26 Mar 2019

Kambiz Nanbakhsh